Ultrasound images Millions of ultrasounds are performed each year, usually to rule out certain disorders or problems. And while the...
Ultrasound images

Millions of ultrasounds are performed each year, usually to rule out certain disorders or problems. And while the pictures are great to have, it can be hard to tell what you're looking at. Use these images as a guide!

Click here for more images or to share yours! Carmen's baby's at 18 weeks - twin's heads

ultrasound week 18

18 weeks



For many parents, the ultrasound is a memorable first contact with the little one (or little ones) inside. If your caregiver offers you an ultrasound and you choose to have one, hopefully these images will help you "see" your baby -- or babies!

You can see more ultrasounds here, or view by trimester:

  • Trimester 1
  • Trimester 2
  • Trimester 3

    Also be sure to check out these ultrasound articles! PregnancyAndBaby.com


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